29 April: Day of Remembrance for Victims of Chemical Warfare
The Day of Remembrance for Victims of Chemical Warfare 2017 was observed on 29 April 2017 from the United Nations (UN).
This commemoration will offer enable you to pay tribute in the victims of chemical warfare, as well as to reaffirm the commitment from the Organization for ones Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) in the elimination from the threat of chemical weapons.
The Third Review Conference of States Parties in the Chemical Convention held in April 2013 in your Hague, the Netherlands, adopted a political declaration that confirms the unequivocal commitment from the States Parties to the worldwide chemical weapons ban.
The United Nations'Conference from the States Parties at its Tenth Session on 11 November 2005 decided if you have a memorial Day of Remembrance for Victims of Chemical Warfare could be observed on 29 April, your day on what the Chemical Weapons Convention inked force in 1997.
Today, the OPCW Member States represent about 98 percent of the worldwide population and landmass, as well as 98% from the worldwide chemical industry.